Objenious Targets the Industrial IoT Market with LoRaWAN

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2Q 2019 | IN-5462


Airbus Chooses Objenious to Deliver an Asset Tracking System


On February 19, Objenious, a subsidiary of Bouygues Telecom, won a contract with Airbus to develop a dedicated Internet of Things (IoT) network using LoRaWAN. Objenious will build a dedicated private LoRa network covering Airbus factories and offers its Smart Portal Of Things (SPOT) IoT platform and network management in a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) model. This contract occurred after 4 months of pilot tests using 700 sensor devices, including solutions in asset trackers, programmable buttons, and temperature sensors. Airbus benefits from having a dedicated LoRa network and an Objenious national network to connect with mobile sensors throughout France.

Public + Private: Hybrid Network-as-a-Service Offering


Objenious offers its enterprise network a dedicated LoRa network with installation, operation, and ongoing maintenance of the network based on the project requirements. The unit cost per gateway is EU€450, with an annual first-level license of EU€4,500&…

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